The Osiris Club are a band from the United Kingdom t hat plays an avant garde from of metal with elements of progressive rock and post punk and this is a review of their 2014 album "Blazing World" which will be released by Indie Recordings.
A very powerful bass sound and synths start off the album along with some melodic vocals and the sound reminds me of a mixture of 70's occult rock with post punk from the 80's that had a metal edge to it and the guitar leads are very melodic and you can also hear a bit of prog and doom metal in the sound.
You can hear a great mixture of both clean and hard parts throughout the recording and all of the musical instruments have a very powerful sound to them along with some gothic and death rock elements being added into the music at times and the music has a 70's psychedelic feeling at times along wit h some more ambient soundtrack orientated material and halfway through the recording strings are added on one of the tracks and brings a very ritualistic sound to the recording and the last track is all instrumental.
The Osiris Club create a sound that is very hard to categorize and you can hear everything from metal, occult rock, prog, psych, punk, gothic, death rock, classic rock, experimental and avant garde in all of the tracks which results in a very retro yet original sound, the production has a sound that is in between professional and old school while the lyrics cover occult themes based on the British novelist Margaret Cavendish.
In my opinion The Osiris are a very great sounding occult avant garde metal/rock band and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "That's not Like You" "The Bell's" and "Miles And Miles Away". 8/5 out of 10.